Apple and Intel put the nails in Thunderbolt's coffin

It is starting to look like Intel's and Apple's plan to kill off firewire and USB with Thunderbolt is grinding into a Titanic iceberg.

New Apple iMac hits stores on Friday

Apple has confirmed that its new 21.5-inch iMac will be available this Friday, November 30, while the 27-inch iteration of the AIO desktop is slated to ship in December.

Revamped iMac lineup is slick and uber-thin



Apple has revamped its flagship iMac lineup.



Report: Apple prepping thinner iMacs

Apple is reportedly prepping a thinner iMac that could roll out at some point in the near future.



Rumor: Apple to show off new iMacs soon

Apple is very close to showing off its new line of home computers.

Dell XPS One 27: Is it finally time to kiss the mini-tower goodbye?

Ever since the advent of the first Mac, Apple has been arguing that the world wants and needs an all-in-one computer.

Apple: iOS and OS X will not converge

Apple CEO Tim Cook says iOS (iPad) and OS X (iMac, MacBooks) will remain two distinct operating systems for their respective lineup of devices.

Report: New iMacs are on the way

Apple is reportedly preparing to refresh its popular iMac lineup during the summer of 2012. 


Apple introduces $999 iMac for school customers only

Apple has just revealed a new version of its iMac desktop computer line designed specifically for those purchasing computers for a school.

Apple rolls out new iMac lineup

Apple has refreshed its iMac lineup with Intel quad-core (i5/i7) processors, advanced AMD graphics, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O technology and a new FaceTime HD camera.

Will Apple's next iMac have a touchscreen?

What would make Apple's iMac even cooler, sleeker and sexier than it already is? Well, an interactive touchscreen, of course!

Apple updates Mac OS X for SDXC, Magic Trackpad support

Alongside its new Mac product announcements from yesterday, Apple has issued a related update to its operating system that is available now for the new iMac systems.

In raw numbers, Apple has the most vulnerabilities

A new report from security firm Secunia has found that Apple's products have more vulnerabilities than anyone else.

Why I don’t like the Mac and Loved the Nissan GT-R


I can like and respect Apple but I’ve never personally been attracted to Apple products.